10 Hilarious Memes On Glenn Maxwell

The Australian cricketer Glenn Maxwell has left everyone stunned with his ‘rediscovered’ form in the ongoing ODI series against India.

Well, for the unversed, throughout the entire 13th edition of the IPL, Glenn Maxwell was seen struggling to get going in the UAE as he was guilty of throwing away his wickets, more often than not. Despite the team management and skipper KL Rahul showing faith in him, Maxwell was not able to perform with the bat after having sealed a deal worth Rs 10.75 crore.

However, he was seen in an impeccable form in the ongoing series. On Friday, during the first ODI, Maxwell hit peak form in only 19 balls as he struck 3 sixes and 5 boundaries for a 19-ball 45.

After the 1st ODI, Maxwell revealed that he even apologized to KL Rahul while batting.

Now, during the ongoing second ODI match, Maxwell gave an amazing performance and scored an unbeaten 63 off 29 balls, smashing 4 fours and 4 sixes. His powerful knock helped his team post a target of 390 runs for India.

Meanwhile, social media was flooded with hilarious reactions from the Indian cricket fans, who just can’t stop comparing the performance of Glenn Maxwell to his performance for the national side. Fans have come up with hilarious memes, trolling the Australian cricketer over his performance.

Among many, former Indian cricketer and commentator Aakash Chopra also joined the bandwagon and came up with a hilarious meme trolling the Australian cricketer. In his tweet, Aakash Chopra shared two pictures of two lions, one roaring and one just lazying around as he compared his current performance to his performances for KXIP in the just-concluded edition of the IPL.

Here, check out the tweet of Aakash Chopra:

Here, check out the funniest memes on Maxwell:

Unnati Madan

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